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Men’s cricket in Hong Kong is played over a variety of formats, catering for all ages and skill levels.

There are presently four main competitions in Men’s cricket – the Premier League, the Elite League played on Sundays, the Championship League on Saturdays, and the Challenge League played on either day.

There is also the CHK Community Cricket Series, which is designed for non-league players, featuring several single-day tournaments of modified soft-ball cricket formats.

The Premier League is played by the top players in Hong Kong with five teams competing in three formats – two-day, one-day (50-over) and T20. The clubs competing in the Premier League are the Hong Kong Cricket Club, Kowloon Cricket Club, Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket Club, Pakistan Association Cricket Club and United Services Recreation Club.

Premier League matches are often broadcast live - you can check out a playlist of our past streams on YouTube

The Elite League is a round-robin 50-over competition that is contested in two divisions of 6 teams each. The best players from this competition also play in the Premier League. Matches are usually played on Sundays at either HKCC, KCC, Tin Kwong Road Recreation Ground (AKA Mission Road) or PKVR Park.

The Championship League is a 35-over competition featuring two divisions of 10 teams. Teams play the other teams in their division once, followed by a play-off series to determine the competition winners and the promotion and relegation placings. Matches are generally played on Saturday afternoons starting at 1PM.

The Challenge League is the newest competition in the CHK calendar, with 3 divisions of 9 teams each playing T20 cricket. Teams play the other team in their division once, with 2 teams promoting/relegating at the end of the season. The top two teams in each division will also play a grand final to determine the champion. Matches are played either on Saturday or Sunday, mostly at the CHK Cricket Center at Gin Drinkers Bay.

For more details on each of these leagues for the upcoming season, you can click through below:


Premier League

The Premier League is played by the top players in Hong Kong with five teams competing in three formats

Formats: two-day, one-day (50-over) and T20

Competing Teams: DLSW, HKCC, KCC, PACC and USRC

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Elite League

The Elite League is a round-robin 50-over competition that is contested in two divisions.

Format: One-Day (50-over)

Competing Teams:
CHK Dragons, DLSW Knights, HKCC Optimists, HKCC Scorpions, HKCC Wanderers, KCC Infidels, KCC Templars, KMF Vagabonds, PACC Elite, SLCC Lions, USRC Elite.

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Championship League

The Championship League is a 35-over competition featuring two divisions of 10 teams.

Format: 35-Over

Competing Teams:
Borrelli Walsh Centaurs, CCC Hung See, CCC Jing Sun, CHK Pioneers, DLSW Sky Warriors, DLSW Thunder, HKCC Gap Ramblers, HKCC Nomads, HKCC Witherers, HKU CC, India Club, Kai Tak, KCC Crusaders, KCC Saracens, KCC Tartars, Laguna Gully, Lamma Saturday, PACC Championship, Punjab Lions, SCC Lancers, USRC Championship

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Challenge League

The Challenge League is a T20 competition featuring three divisions of 9 teams

Format: Twenty20

Competing Teams:
Asians United HK, Charlie Bears, Discovery Bay Lions, DLSW Master Blasters, DLSW Sarjan Spartans, DLSW Tung Chung, DLSW Uttarakhand Association HK, HKCC Challenge League, HKU Students, HKUST Challenge League, Hong Kong Challengers United, India Club Challenge League, Indians United CC, Indus CC, Island Rangers, Lamma Challenge League, Madras CC, Mid Levels United, PACC Golden Star, Punjab Lions Challenge League, SLCC Tritons, TCC Caribbeans, Tsing Yi Smashers, USRC Avengers, USRC HKICC, USRC STC, Vikings CC

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Last updated: 2nd Sept 2020